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We’ve camped here for about 2 weeks annually since 2015. It’s fairly well run, has decent restrooms, and a secluded tent area. All RV sites have 30-50 amp & water. The South Campground was added a few years back & has full hook-ups just behind the beach dunes. There’s lots to do in the…
Campground is clean, and has nice amenities. Staff is friendly. We visited during their luau celebration for 5yrs of campground ownership.
Nice area close to the beach. Great for star gazing and just relaxing.
Cell service was okay (T-Mobile) and there was cable TV as well as plenty of over the air stations.
Staff was friendly, guests were nice, pool was relaxing. Would go back.
Wonderful camping sites. Great pool, golf kart friendly to all local eating and show places, grocery stores and more...
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We love camping here, its clean, quiet except for days and weekends people coming in for birthday parties, reunions but its really not bad they don't come into the actual rv, tent, camping area..we've been there 3 times now and its our go to quick vacation spot..we did however make reservations…
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We are more than pleased with our stay at MB KOA! The sites are bigger than most places we've been to, and the entire place is very shaded! We had a ton of open space since we were there late August and it was maybe 1/3 full. I imagine during busy times and holidays it's super packed.
Nice campground with big sites.Beach is great with plenty of room to pick your own spot.Fishing,hiking,swimming it's here.
I’ve been camping at Myrtle Beach since I was a kid, and this place is definitely my favorite.
It’s your typical “parking lot” beach camping place, but it’s awesome that nearly all sites are pull through. The staff is awesome. The bath houses are spacious, clean, and well-maintained.
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Close to the beaches of North Myrtle, shops of Barefoot Landing, concerts at House of Blues. Traffic can be crazy during the Spring motorcycle rally- avoid it then. Park is very clean but no tents allowed, many retirees stay here so at times it seems kids are a nuisance to them. One of the better…
The campground is huge and you can easily get lost. There are lots of things to do with the family but it can get expensive quickly. Visitors even if they are local will get charged to stop in even for the day.
Great place for the kids. Playgrounds, summer concerts, dining etc is close by too. It buts up against Myrtle Beach Resort so our friends stayed there while we camped sometimes. A bar restaurant is on the resort property next door within walking distance. Less fees than Other places nearby
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Nice park with good bald eagle viewing. Some seasons there will be drum circles under the full moon. It is usually very packed and noisy. A lot of day use traffic will travel into the camping area, keep stuff locked up. You can easily vet into town due to the close proximity but the short trip can…
Beautiful state park with access to Atalaya castle and Brookegreen gardens, all in walking distance. Art festivals are held here too! Bike trails give you access to Pawleys Island, Litchfield, and the shops along the way. The brackish water bridge uses a natural gate to change with tides and will…
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We had an amazing time at Huntington Beach. Campsites are large (although not all are shaded). The beach is pristine and gorgeous. I loved hearing the waves as I was falling asleep. Try to get a site on the outside of the loop where there are more trees, and more privacy.The bath houses were…
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We spent 9 days and really didn't want to leave. There were a variety of things to do. The pool, the winery, a couple of trips to the beach and surrounding area. We were well received. We are new to camping and a family of color. We highly recommend.